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My car sounds like an airplane when i accelerate over 35mph. when i make right turn on a curve it stops but when the steering wheel is straight the car continues to make the noise and when i turn left the noise is even louder. what could be the problem?

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Sound like a bad front wheel hub bearing, if you can jack up the front end of your car and turn the front wheel's and listen for the sound or take it to a repair shop to have it check, if not taken care of will cause more damage to your car.

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